January 10, 2015

Sebago Lakes Region Camber announces annual award winners

Each year the SLRCC honors individuals and businesses from the ten town region it represents. We are proud to announce the following award winners.
Richard Dyke of Windham Weaponry will be awarded with the Frank Koenig Business Person of the Year.

Emily Wainwright, employee at Metayer Family Eye Care will be honored as Volunteer of the Year and Kelly Mank and the Windham Summerfest Committee with the Community Service Leadership award for their efforts keeping the community event alive for the past two summers.

Awards will also be given to Dawn D. Dyer, Attorney at Law as Entrepreneur of the Year and Business of the Year will be awarded to Windham Weaponry.

The organization will welcome five new Directors to their board to include; Kevin Brunelle of Milliken, Perkins & Brunelle, Michelle Libby of The Windham Eagle newspaper, Joshua Kelsey of the Home Depot, Vicki McMullin of Mechanics Savings Bank and Emily Wainwright of Metayer Family Eye Care.

The Sebago Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce (SLRCC) is holding their Annual Meeting at Spring Meadows Golf Club in Gray on January 8, 2015. The event, sponsored by Mechanics Savings Bank, Tri-County Mental Health, Saint Joseph’s College, Cross Insurance and Dawn D. Dyer Attorney at Law is a festive celebration acknowledging a year of innovation, growth and honorable accomplishments within the Sebago Lakes Region business community.

Advance Registration is required and available on the Chamber website at www.SebagoLakesChamber.com.

The evening will also include a keynote address “Are You Playing a Big Enough Game?” presented by Mandy Schumaker of Higher Performing People.

For more information, visit www.sebagolakeschamber.com.

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